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Joel HarrisCivil Right's Heroine: Amelia Boynton Robinson in Houston, 04/23/07 (2007)

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This is a fairly decent quality recording of a great presentation by Amelia Boynton Robinson; I shot this using no special mics and so you'll have to deal with the understandable room reverb.

Otherwise, the opening vocal performance is outstanding and Amelia is as inspiring as ever.

If your unclear on who Amelia Boynton Robinson is and how important she was and still is to Martin Luther King's civil rights efforts, then consider this a fun and inspiring introduction.

Thanks Amelia ...

This movie is part of the collection: Community Video

Producer: Joel Harris
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: amelia boynton robinson; amelia; boynton; civil rights; civil rights movement; civil; rights; movement

Creative Commons license: Public Domain

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thanks to the schiller institute, amelia boynton robinson and dorceal duckens!